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Calico bred to Tabby?

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Out of curiosity anyone know what colors you would get if you bred a calico to a gray/silver tabby?I can not find the answers and it is kinda bugging me.
post #2 of 7
The mom of my Oreo is a calico and the dad is a tabby.
Oreo is black and white.
Here brother and sister were tabby and the other sister was all black.
I saw the sister online.
She was gone when I got Oreo.
post #3 of 7
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Hmm cool,I was just kinda thinking about it like the colors and such.
post #4 of 7
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Originally Posted by angelic00 View Post
Hmm cool,I was just kinda thinking about it like the colors and such.
there's a tool for that here: kitten color predictor
altho w/that combo, you could get anything...
post #5 of 7
*plays with the generator* Woo! I did this in my head last night and I was (mostly) right, except I forget about possibly carrying pointed!
post #6 of 7
Calico x Blue Tabby

Possible colors (barring hidden recessive genes like pointed).

Males - Red Tabby, Black, or Blue/Blue Tabby, Brown Tabby (if mom is also carrying dilute)

Females - Calico/Tortie, Patched Tabby, Black or Brown Tabby or Blue Tabby.

You have to think of the Blue Tabby as a "dilute black" genetically. That is where you would get the brown tabbies (cause they are genetically a black cat).
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Hehe...here's a kitten colour predictor...I'm not sure how well it works though...
http://www.geocities.com/purrceptive.rm/catColor2.html

They don't relly have calico, but they have torti, with is close...
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